Peter Ustinov in his memorable performance of Nero in the movie & quot; Quo vadis?" (1951). The ringlets were characteristic of the eccentric Emperor

Peter Ustinov in his memorable performance of Nero in the movie “Whither goest thou?” (1951). The ringlets were characteristic of the eccentric Emperor

Nerone It is best known for his eccentricities and bizarre delusions that characterized the behavior in all circumstances, cOSI as well known are the artistic ambitions that accompanied him throughout his life.

The emperor loved the art and especially the poetry more than anything else, including policy, and he tried his hand in existence in various disciplines seeking the consent of the public, but he never got, if not false and affected.

The how to comb preferred by Nero will reflect fully the passion: usually, He wore his hair longer than normal, sometimes ringed with curls from the cut climbed.

Maximum reached him during the Greece trip, when he decided to grow his hair from the neck so as to resemble Apollo lyre (Photo gives: makimesser.tumblr.com).